STormwater Outreach for Regional Municipalities (STORM)

STORM is a regional organization promoting stormwater quality education within the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. STORM uses a multimedia approach targeting audiences through radio, television, special events, and providing permit information to the general public and the regulated community.

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STORM is proud to announce that Maricopa County Environmental Services Department has earned the 2016 National Association of Counties award for its School Outreach Program. Since 2012, the MC Environmental Services Department has been re-working their outreach program. In 2014, they incorporated a mascot, Sam the Salamander, a slogan, Make Clean Storm Drains Happen, and a multi-grade educational lesson program to ramp up the school age stormwater education. The program outperformed permit requirements for classroom training, and owes some of its success to alignment with the Arizona Science State Standard, which was achieved by seamlessly meshing stormwater lessens with grade specific school curriculums. This approach has created a unique learning atmosphere for k-8 students. Program success has been measured by the rise in teacher class requests and the surge of school age children trained.

For more information on Maricopa County's Stormwater Program, please E-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (602) 506-5557.

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To contact a member or report a problem within your community, click on the appropriate link below.

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Washing Your Vehicle
Detergents, cleansers, and solvents used while washing your vehicle can cause stormwater pollution...
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Vehicle Maintenance
For do-it-yourselfers, performing car maintenance at your home is a good way to keep busy and save money...
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Construction Permits
Stormwater discharges associated with construction activities can cause physical, chemical, and biological...
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